Monthly Archives: December 2007

Netscape Exiting The Browser Business-The End Of An Era

Netscape browser, 1994-2007 AOL will end support for Netscape browsers on Feb. 1, 2008, according to a Friday entry on The Netscape Blog by Tom Drapeau, lead developer for Netscape.com. We all nearly forget the good old netscape after switching

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video business remains uncertain and is changing rapidly

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc quietly canceled its online video download service on 12/21 less than a year after the site went live, a company spokeswoman said on Thursday. Wal-Mart shut down the download site after Hewlett Packard

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Google’s Android – the first complete, open, and free mobile platform

In August 2005 the search giant Google acquired the startup Android for Its Mobile Arsenal, netting possibly a key player in its push into wireless, “the next frontier in search”. Now two years later (in November 2007) Google announced their

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Processes – The Vehicle for Experience Execution

News Item edited by Thomas Koeppen Many companies have historically utilized transactional-based business strategies and have established a litany of processes to ensure their success. These companies do not encourage innovation and choose to rely on processes as a highly

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youtube down – the future of web 2.0 ?

i just watched for fun the difference between linux and windows video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC5uEe5OzNQ and now youtube.com response with “Http/1.1 Service Unavailable” How are all massive traffic sites like YouTube, Facebook, Myspace prepared for scalability and stability ? Today we are

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BBC’s iPlayer service

News Item edited by Thomas Koeppen This is the first time a UK broadcaster has provided an on-demand streaming service for all three platforms. Each week there will be around 250 different programmes available to watch via the iPlayer streaming

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P2P – Mobile Advertising – And More 2008 Trends

Consulting Group Releases Top 10 Predictions For The Wireless Industry InCode, a subsidiary of VeriSign that specializes in wireless business and technology consulting, on Wednesday released its top 10 predictions for major trends in the wireless industry next year. Verizon

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